Last updated: July 15. 2014 3:48PM - 61 Views

Youth walk the midway on Monday searching for treats among the number of vendors at the 157th Fair open until Saturday, July 19. (Inquirer photo/Matt Echelberry)
Youth walk the midway on Monday searching for treats among the number of vendors at the 157th Fair open until Saturday, July 19. (Inquirer photo/Matt Echelberry)
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Among the attractions at the Crawford County Fair are the number of amusements rides provided by D & R Shows Amusement Company all the way from Lambertville, Mich. Rides opened on Monday. This early fair goer was able to take a run on the slide for free as all rides were free to closing. Thursday, July 17 is Dollar Rides Day. (Inquirer photo/Matt Echelberry)


Youth walk the midway on Monday searching for treats among the number of vendors at the 157th Fair open until Saturday, July 19. (Inquirer photo/Matt Echelberry)


Youth judging during was held on Monday. A judge asks questions of a junior fair competitor. (Inquirer photo/Matt Echelberry)


Tractors are on display this week throughout the duration of the fair. (Inquirer photo/Matt Echelberry)


A youth takes a turn in the arena on Monday in preparation for judging later this week. (Inquirer photo/Matt Echelberry)


Judging took place earlier this week. This popcorn from Marion took first place. (Inquirer photo/Nathan Crock)


Art projects were judged earlier this week; stop by the Arts and Crafts Building and check out the creativity. (Inquirer photo/Nathan Crock)


 
 
 
 
 
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